The Pennsylvania Democrat plans to return to the Senate when the chamber resumes session in mid-April.
Douglass Mackey urged supporters of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton to “vote” via text or social media, knowing those endorsements were not legally valid votes.
“Hope she’s OK," the British news personality wrote on Twitter.
“That really sort of tells you something about where these folks’ heads are," said The New York Times reporter.
Rep. Andy Ogles (R-Tenn.) offered his "thoughts and prayers" in the wake of a deadly school shooting in Nashville on Monday.
The bill would further limit discussions of sex education, gender identity and sexuality in public schools.
Some Trump aides have suggested he follow the trail blazed by Texas Gov. Rick Perry and hold a post-booking press conference.
The Florida governor and likely 2024 presidential candidate suspended a local prosecutor for saying he would not charge people under the state’s new abortion law.
The Memphis-based group, Friends of George’s, says Tennessee’s first-in-the-nation law that placed strict limits on drag shows violates the First Amendment.
More than 650 anti-LGBTQ+ bills have been introduced across the country this year, according to a civil liberties think tank.